Sebastian Maluska, ECAL Master Product Design graduate (2018), presents three outdoor projects related to a nomadic lifestyle, including camping and travelling.
“Nest” is a low-profile car volume extension, acting as a tent and storage space. Inspired by the sailing world and its technology, it is made up of two frames covered with waterproof sailing fabric. Once it opens up, “Nest” provides sheltered sleeping space for two people. While driving, sport equipment, such as surfboards or skis, can be stored on top or inside of “Nest” between the two fabric layers.
Modern mountaineers travel as fast and light as possible, trying out new routes and pushing the boundaries of distance and time. They are never assured of being able to make it home before dark or of getting to the next safe spot before the weather changes. Naturally, a backup option becomes an essential part of your kit. This backup comes in the shape of an “Odon” backpack, essentially a hyper-light shelter solution. This shelter is so light that it can always remain attached to your daypack.
“TRS 1” is a trail running shoe with a replaceable outsole. This lets users personalise their own trail running shoes. The inner shoe can be changed to adapt to colder or warmer temperatures or even for washing when needed. An added advantage is that certain parts of the shoe can be easily repaired or replaced when worn or damaged.
Tuesday 9 April – Sunday 14 April, 9.30 am – 6.30 pm
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